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THE MAUI NEWS. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917.
Delights Big Crowd
Maunaolu Seminary Alumnae Gives
r it l r M USi
Beautiful Entertainment At ai -
luku Gymn. Many Kinds Of
Dances Given By Clever Kiddies
One of the most unique and really
deligntful entertainments ever given
on Maui was that given at the Alex
ander House Gymnasium, last Satur
day night, under the auspices 01 me
M uinaoiu Seminarv alumnae associa -
tion. It was a children's affair, large -
ly, but it is more than likely that the
ed the hall to its capacity, got the
most fun out of the entertainment.
Several score of children, who had
been in training for ih,'1s rast un-
dor the painstaking direction of Mis.
v. H. Field, Mrs. 1 H. Boss, and L.
C. rainier, gave an exhibition of fancy
dancing that would De n,uu u ,
hornpipes. Japanese dances, Highland
flings, Spanisn lanuangoes,
dances. Irish jigs, fairly dances, and
modern society fancy dancing
One of the big hits of tne evening
was the dance of little Alma noss ami ,r.lvJIV T i e -i -j . ,
Tate Robinson mimicing a clever. ILlAbIN, July 5 Chinese president and two attendents escape
society dance by Miss Alma Kobin-, from palace Tuesday night. Japanese legation refuses interview,
son ami L. c "ndf 1 i BOSTON, July 5-Zybszko gets first fall, Lewis second, and the
fv pes' VprodSrod their every 1 s u P match stopped, when Lewis throws Zybszko out of ring and manager
and gesture with such perfectness as refuses to allow him to continue.
"Srlub 'Sg j out points Chip in 12 rounds,
the older folks took possession of the ivM oi. iyUUlt, July 5 federal investigation opens,
floor and danced until nff PARIS, July 5 All of France celebrated the 4th. Paris crowds
ed'to a'bout $200 i Iike in an American city. American battalion passed in review before
rt mnk mrt in the 'rovvds- Ruc Gesarcnne was choked with crowds before 8 A. M. when
pJttv affair were-lrene Moura! ! '' executed held reveille under Pershing's window. Buildings over
Beatrice W'iihur, Irene Deinert, George ; flowed around court of honor where Americans were drawn up around
and Robert St. Sure, Miyo Yoshizawa, captured German cannons and aeroplanes. Poincare and Joffre escorted
Hisa Ibara, Ululani, Thelma and Tate iy pCjsning( reviewed troops.
CaZdaXinert, LUUan DicS I .. LONDON, July 5-Old British destroyer mined in North Sea.
Frank Sommerfeld, Lawrence Robin- ' Eighteen survivors.
son, Adele Osmer, Frances Field, TACOMA, July 5 Con Hanson driver, killed, and Fred Johnson
Martha Wilbur, Rosalie Enos Rosalie mechanician seriously wounded when car skidded and somersaulted on
SSia" j " ti? 50 c?ast championship race here
valma Vetlesen, Helen Walsh, Doris , bAL,VADOK, July 5 Volcanic eruption for two days. No
Hair, Esther P'almatier, Margaret j damage.
Sloggett, Frances Baldwin, iMiioia
Chalmers, Gladys Venhuizen.
C.,nmA TAiirf Rnvnrooo 1
oUpreiUG LUUll lltJVtlOtD
reme Court Reverses
Hugh Howell Bond Casel.Xducn Fri aeropianes at cost ot w be
j AMSTERDAM, July 5 Troops fired on mob pillaging shops.
Reversing the ruling of Judge Ed- Four killed and 19 wounded,
ings is sustaining the demurrer of the SAN DIEGO, July 5 Norman Ross entered 7 events and won all.
fhtsupreLecounon8 ' Monday' I ln mile. swim he bro records. Officials say it was the most marvel
manded X ewe of the territory of ! ous swimmng ever done
Hawaii, for use and benefit of the! L,lbl3UM, July 5 Gunners on American transport joined land
County of Maul vs. Hugh Howell and battery in firing on submarines at Ponta del Gada, Azores. Subs retreat
c'onSnr l-er1 I 1$ a national holiday in Portugal.
The case grew out of the damage! NEW 10RK, Juy 5-Russians maintain advance. To break Teut
suit of Chas. Reinhardt against the "ns m Galicia, fresh troops are being used in the neighborhood of
county for damages sustained through Brzezany. Violent artillery at many points on Russian front,
falling into a washout in the public j The crown prince made another desperate attempt to advance on
AtZY&Xnttl Aisr al0"g a of 11 miles. Was badly defeated with heavy
his bond, Howell the having at that losses- rench captured strong salient point east of Czerny.
time been county engineer. The sup- j Rome reports checking of Austrians south of Gorizia.
reme court takes the ground that the j HONOLULU, July 5 Son born Tuesday to wife of Captain Gras-
SSXK tn0gSawhrrs cLnGern G PnCr at Schofield. In anticipa
a reversal of the opinion of the lower tlon 5,aPin was ln Cltv on parole about a month ago.
court, and that he therefore might j r K. H. Powell, an employee of the Kellogg Auto shop, and C. E.
have been responsible for the danger- Kellogg, proprietor were swept by a great wave off a ledee at Mak
proStePctede ln remaining un" ; apuu point when fishing. Powell swam around point and reached shore
j terribly battered by waves against rocks. Kellogg was drowned 50
j feet from the shore in full view of his wife and two small daughters.
RW FilW NntPS MflnV I Bodv,not recovered. Wife crazed, attempted to swim out to him but
. H. rillcl llUieS lTiaily was thrown back to shore unconscious.
ImnrnVPlTIPnfa 111 7 Years', - HONOLULU, July A Attorney Frank E. Thompson back from
IllipiUVeillClIia ill ICdl&iVasIiinKton says pinkham will nrobablv be reannointed.
"Yes, thcjpe have been a lot of
changes siiie'e I was In Maul last, 7
years ago," declared R. W.. Filler,
general superintendent of the Hilo
Consolidated Railways Company,
Limited, who took a little vacation
and spent the Fourth on Maul, renew
ing acquaintance with old friends.
"One of the biggest improvements
are the roads", he continued enthusi
astically, "You certainly have good
roads now. That road from Lahaina,
and the roads out towards Paia are
very different that when I saw them
7 years ago. We have some good
roads on Hawaii, but they can't come
up to Maui's. The main trouble with
us is that we don't keep the roads up."
Commenting upon the orderliness
of the Fourth of July crowd in Kahului
Mr. Filler stated that a year ago It
had been about the same way iu Hilo,
"Give the people plenty of amuse
ment", he declared, "and they will
not hang about the saloons muca."
Mr. Filler was superintendent of
the Kahului Railroad up to about 10
years ago when he left to take a simi
lar place with the Hilo Railroad.
-fr- , ,-
The wholesale liquor store at Pau
wela, of the Kaupakalua Wine &.
Liquor Co., was sold to J. M. Medeiros
on June 30, and the place has not been
open since. The stock is to be moved
to the purchaser's place of business
at I'aia, and the Pauwela store is to
be permanently closed.
The wine company was granted a
renewal of license two weeks ago by
the license commissioners, but the
sale was made before the license had
actually been taken out for the com
ing fiscal year. The company still
has a stock of wine at its Kaupakalua
winery, but no more is being made,
and so as soon as this stock is dis
posed of the company will probably
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
TOKIO, July 5 Japan will not interfere in China.
WASHINGTON, July 5 Official announcement made discovery
of complete nation-wide spy system working with Germany. Savs if
published would astonish the world.
j ' if .rpnl
AN ATLANTIC, July 5 British steamer reports sinking a sub
marine at range of 500 yards.
British advance 600 yards at Ilollebecke against strong opposition.
British flyers bomb German aerodome at Ghistelle Nieumanster. Rus
sian artillery beat down Teuton counter in Galicia. Roumanian front
PARIS, July 5 Great artillery
, v crdun. May be the advance of another German drive.
; Americans depart for camp.
; hout "Teddy and Sammy."
NEW YORK, July 5 Regulars
wul hcgin in 1U days to till ranks.
J SHANGHAI, July 5 Military and naval conference of republicans
ccfe to transfer capital here and to invite former president to come,
: MfCTUnnAH t l c n ia c a j
! AMbTEKDAM, July 3 Dusseldorf Anzeiger says it is believed
in high circles of Berlin that the American force is but small and in-
tended principally to encourage trench.
j SCRANTON, July 5-John Draber, I. W.
charged as a spy m the employe of Germany. F
j uiiit mui ihlh mvi-.sugaiioiis snow
amol1g industrialists. Are caused by
AKRON, July 5 Griffith get
j 5-ronncl hVht.
SAN DIEGO, July 5 British
dependence Day parade. Two countries' warships simultaneously fired
salute of 21 guns. ... ' tfjM
.""""'''-'i J"'y i-ran oi administration Dins covering
aviation project transmitted to house military committee by Secretary
1I T rie .... t
Major Cochcr of national guard succeeds Reddington on registra
FRENCH PORT, July 4 Last Ameri cans arrived Monday and
f.ere given great welcome. Troops are intensively training.
HONOLULU, July 2 Decided to hold special Red Cross services
at churches and Sunday schools next Sunday. Notice was received too
idLe iiir yesieruay.
Yesterday which was day set for stevedores' strike, passed with
out a ripple of excitement on waterfront and apparently strike is decided
against. Only chance for strike appears. to be through pressure from
Coast stevedores' union. Has been intimated to local unionists that in
event of strike militai-y will handle situation and not the police.
Dutch steamer Tamtalus called here for bunkers. Is direct from
Amsterdam. Reports a narrow escape in North Sea from a submarine.
NIAGARA FAL.LS, July 2 Trolly car on gorge route, carrying
sight-seers, left trac'. on account of washout and rolled into the river
just below the cantil ever bridge, on the American side. Car was lifted
out with derrick at 8 last night. Ten bodies were found inside. Register
indicated 40 were on board. Twenty still unaccounted for. Only half
a minute elapsed from leaving rails and reaching river bottom. Only
a few on car escaped..
WASHINGTON, July 2 Senate resumed general debate on food
control bill this morn ing. Prohibition clause virtually settled as expect
ed. House will conc ur in senate amendment. House has taken recess
until senate votes.
BERLIN, July 2 Russians open heavy attacks on German lines
on Stript river. Sitormed positions along an 18-mile front. Germans
claim Russian losses heavy and retirement made in force. This was
most extensive at tack by Russians since the Revolution.
NEW YOR'rC July 2 French and Germans are battling at various
points from Cerny to Verdun. Germans were repulsed east of Cerny.
Near Prunay Gi .rmans made a surprise attack but were driven back with
heavy losses. No changes in Meuse positions. British tighten further
their grip on I,i ;ns, taking German positions on north bank of Souchez, on
a front of half, a mile west and south of city.
Russians last night attacked both sides of Brzezeny and near Zwy
zyn. Berlin reports assults near Zlota, Lipa aiid Narayuvka. Russian
artillery active. Intense dueling near Brzezeny and north for a distance
of 175 miles to middle of Stokhod in Volhynia.
LONDON, ,'uly 2 Dispatches from Reuters correspondent in Pek
ing says Gen. ('hang Kfun has informed president that he must retire
because the Manchu emperor Jlfuan Tung has been restored to his
EAST ST. LOUIS, July 2 More than 200 negroes riot. Fire
without warnin g on police automobile, killing one policeman and wound
ing others. R'.otcrs have seized black section of citv. All are armed
and grave trouLle is anticipated.
Now that system is actually un-
bombardment on French line at
Showered with flowers, children
short 47,000. Expected drafting
W. leader arrested,
Federal authorities de-
inar. strike are Clue to agitators
newspaper decision over Lewis in
and American sailors march in In
. i '
Dan Quill, of Puunene, returned
home from a business trip to Honolu
lu, last Saturday night.
Rev. I). W. K. White and wife of La
haina, returned home on Saturday
from the conference in Honolulu.
Mrs. Millie B. Hair, of Hamakuapo
ko, returned home last Saturday from
Honolulu where she has been for
Harry Gesner, the automobile man,
left on Tuesday from Honolulu by the
Wilhelmina for a several week's busi
ness trip to the coast.
Dr. R. E. Norris, of the sugar plant
ers' experiment station, returned to
Honolulu last Saturday night after a
short visit on Maui.
Rev. R. D. Dodge, and little son re
turned home last Saturday from Ho
nolulu where Mr. Dodge attended the
Mr. and Mrs. I). O. Wist, of Lahaina
were passengers to Honolulu his
week where they will spend a part
of their school vacation.
Circuit Clerk V. C. Schoenberg went
to Hilo last Saturday to join his wife
who has been spending a vacation
on the big Island. He is expected
back next week.
Mrs. S. E. Scott and infant dugh
ter, of Haiku, went to Honolulu on
Wednesday's Claudine, July 4, to
spend several months with her sister.
Mrs. F. H. Locey, of Maunawai, Oabu.
Will. J. Cooper was reappointed by
Governor Pinkham last Saturday as
a member of the workmen's compens
ation board for Maui for the term of
Sheriff Clem Crowell went to Hono
lulu last night for the purpose of get
ting instructions concerning the draft
registration to be held on the 31.
Under the law he is head of the local
Mrs. John Richardson, widow of the
late Col. Richardson, whose death in
Honolulu was noted iu last week's
Maui News, and Mrs. J. W. Hose.
daughter of the deceased, returned
home to Lahaina last Saturday, after
attending the funeral.
Mrs. C. F. King, wife of the chief
operator at the Lahaina wireless
station, arrived from the Coast last
Saturday to Join her husband who has
been in the Islands since the navy de
partment restored the interrupted ser
vice at Lahaina about two months ago.
K. w. Filler, general superintendent
of the Hawaii Consolidated Railway,
came over from Hilo on Monday night
to spend the Fourth and meet old
friends. He will return to the Cres
cent City tomorrow evening. Mr.
Filler was in charge of the Kahului
Railroad some 10 years ago, but he
has not been on Maul for 7 years.
The party of Kauai school teach
ers, who visited Maui last week, tak
ing in the sights including Haleakala,
departed on Saturday night to cont
inue their sight-seeing on Hawaii. In
the party were Misses Phoebe E.
Mitchell, C. Almira Mitchell, Nell
Findley, Freda Strand, Mabel Denlke
and Philip H. Palama.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH
Rev. J. H. Williams, D. D., acting
pastor of Central Union Church, Hon
olulu, will preach at the Wailuku
Union Church next Sunday evening,
July 8. The public is invited.
Names Of Maui's
(Continued from Page One.)
1914, 75 Rue Arquaise, Fecamp.
Henriette Dottier, born April 15, 1913,
46 Rue des Renelles, Fecamp. (Seine-Inferieure.)
Jean Bottler, born December 4, 1917
46 Rue des Renelles, Fecamp. (Seine-Inferieure.)
Marguerite Fi.quet, born November 13,
1915, 2 Bis du Casino, Fecamp. Seine-Inferieure.)
Madeleine Fiquet, born July 21, 1911,
2 Bis, Rue du Casino, Fecamp. (Seine-Inferieure.)
Henri Anfry, born May 26, 1906, 4 Rue
Bazan, Le Havre. (Seine-Inferieure.)
Jean Anfry, born September 12, 1908,
4 Rue Bazan, Le Havre. (Seine-In-ferierue.)
Bernard Anfry, April 23, 1913, 4 Rue
Bazan, Le Havre. (Seine-Inferieure.)
Suzanne Durand, born August 27, 1915,
179 Rue du Bois au Coq, Graville.
MILWAUKEE, July 2 In last night's casualties of Christopher
Columbus 9 men and 6 women are dead and 13 injured. Federal inspect
ors accept unusual river current due to rains as cause. -" i '
FETROGRAD, July 1 Official. Increased artillery around :Yda
in eastern Galicia and further advances northwest of Senna in Cau
COPENHAGEN, July 1 Reported from German sources that
Hindenburg has again telegraphed to Fetrograd offering armistice dur
in the period of the Russian election of delegates to the constitutional
convention. States that he wishes to suspend military operations pend
ing result of elections.
Reported that Germans broke recent strikes in Stettin ship yards
by threatening to place all workmen in the army and to proceed against
strikers as mutineers.
FETROGRAD, July 1 Renewed activity all along line on part of
Germans as result of revival of lighting spirit among Russians and the
conviction on both sides that a separate peace is impossible. Fress re
ports from Minsk state that Germans are feverishly fortifying present
trench line and creating new lines for miles back. All fraternizing be
tween soldiers has stopped on this portion of the front and also at Riga.
German commanders are telegraphing for reinforcements.
FARIS, July 1 Official. Enemy make surprise attack near Gri
court yesterday but were repulsed. Heavy artillery fighting on left bank
of Meuse, and Verdun sector between Avocourt and J,a Mort Homme,
where French counter broke all attempts of the Germans to advance.
A few prisoners were taken. German artillery attack in Belgium before
LONDON, July 1 Progress during day at Lens continued. More
trenches and more prisoners taken. Six German planes downed and
four sent back out of control. One British plane missing.
Fourth Of July Big
Race Day For Maui
(Continued from Page One.)
and John S. Grace's Carmellta II to
drop the Hilo horse (El Ora) by the
wayside. Time in the first heat was
2:29. In the second, 2:33, and at
this El Ora was distanced. Purse
200 to winner, $100 to second horse.
Copra Easy Winner
With Harry Baldwin's -Mohawk
Boy scratched in the second race
half-mile free-for-all dash, Dr. Fitz
gerald's Copra won handily over
Walter Dillingham's Umpqua. Time
One of the best races of the day
was the Hawaiian Bred half-mile for
2-year olds for silver cup and purse
of $150 to winner, $50 to second.
Baldwin's Luau won this race in 51
flat from Dillingham's Oneta and
Fitzgerald's Knight of Glln. As in
Honolulu, however, the race was close
from start to finish between the two
fillies. It was a very pretty race.
Frances B. Beats Mary Jay
Another close and exciting race was
the match mile for $250 purse be
tween Angus MacPhee's Mary Jay
and Baldwin's Frances B., in which
the latter won in the stretch in l:18Vi
In the manager's Race Manager
Frank Baldwin, of the H. C. & S. Co.,
Sam Baldwin, of the Haleakala Ranch
and W alter Mcfarlane, of Hbby,
McNeill & Llbby rode for a silver cup
which was won by Macfarlane from
Frank Baldwin by hard riding on the
home stretch. Baldwin had the lead
most of the way but by vigorous use
of the whip Macfarlane was able W
pass under the wire about a length in
the lead. Time :56. i- f
The sixth race for Japanese owned
horses, was won by Yamamoto'
Lightning from Oyama's Shlguri ''in
Policemen's Race Exciting
Police Officer Tom Brown won by
narrow margin from J. B. Wilson'!
big gray in the policemen's race fof
a $50 purse. K. Silva came in 3rd,
and W. Viella was a poor last. i-'
Another Japanese race, with 6 ,eiv
tries was won by Kawono's Minnie
in :55, with Mana 2nd, and Kapaka
hi, 3rd. ,'
Umpqua Wins From Mohawk Boyl,T
There were 4 starters in the race
for the Association's cup plus a 20G
purse to winner and $100 to second,
And Dillingham's Umpqua took j the
honors with Senator Baldwin's ' Mo
hawk Boy two lengths behind. Bald
win's Frances B. made 3rd. A 'Jap
anese horse names Boy, owned by
Keda finished last. The distance Was
VA miles and the time was 2:14. ,
The eleventh race was another half
mile dash fcr Japanese horses. Mas'
hiki's Mary won this in :56, with Sht
moda's Yokohama, 2nd and Kaym'p
Puunene Girl 3rd. Two others also
ran. :;Vt .?
Jockey Is Fined k'tf'V
The only unpleasant event Of 'the
day was in the 12th race, between
Dillingham's Oneta and W. A. Ciarje'S
Dick Tilburn, won by the latter In -&4
time. Oneta, ridden by Jockey Dona
vitz, Jjisr. utier the starter's flag oad
dropped, cut across for the Inside
ahead of Tilburn, ridden by Jockey
Johnnie Carrol. 7he Judges decided
that the offense had been intentional,
and fined Donovltz $25. ; y
(Seine-Inferieure.) i v-'
Marthe Durand, born February 6, 1912,
179 Rue du Bois au Coq, Graville,
Marguerite Durand, born Marofc .26,
1910, 179 Rue du Bois au Coq, Grav
ille. (Seine-Inferieure.) $ ''
Albert Heberard, born May 8, ;J918,
10 brd. d'Alsace Lorraine Loxrain
Bayonne. (Bses-Pyrenees.) S, i")
Eugenie Heberard, born May 4.U911,
10 brd. d'Alsace Lorraine Lcyrain
Helene Heberard, born Aug. 211908,
10 brd. d'Alsace Lorraine Lorroin
Bayonne. (Bses-Pyrenees.) t.?s
Marie Heberard, born Oct. 28, 1909,
10 brd. d'Alsace Lorraine Lefrain
Bayonne. (Bses-Pyrenees.) :
Odette Lemonnier, born March 2S,
1913. Seez. (Orne). V
Jean Levet, born February 16, 916;.
Lrfioessette, Arronaisement as Zsso-.
ire. (Puy-de-Dome.) I y. . .
Jean-Marie Levet, born May 2,14,
Labcssette, Arrondisement do Jaa
ire. (Puy-de-Dome.) (Boy.)
Pierre Levet, born February 20; 1908.
Labessette, Arrondisement de' iso-
ire. (Fuy-de-JJome.) p,-.
Pierre Margot, born May 9, .1815,
Chassagny Commune de St.-Am&j
din. Canton de Condat, (Cantal) t
Wailuku 8th Grade
Makes High Record
All Promoted And Lowest Has 82.9
Percent Average Percentage Of
Promotions In School Better Than
The results of the final examinations
In the Wailuku public school show
that the 8th grade excelled its excel
lent class record of 88.9 percent, made
In the spring examinations, by several
points. The final class average was
90.2 percent. The fact that there are
17 members in the class makes the
record the more remarkable. Nine of
this number stood over 90 and the
lowest was 82.9.
Other classes in the school made
good records but not so good as the
8th grade. The 7th made 81.6 per
cent; and the 6th 81.8. The grading
for the 6th grade has not been fully
The following Is the percentage of
promotions by grades: 8lh grade,
100 percent; 7lh grade, 84.2 percent;
6th grade, (7) ; 5th grade, 81.9 percent;
4th grade, 89.7 percent; 3rd grade,
73.3 percent; 2nd grade, 94.4 percent;
and 1st grade, 72.9 percent.
Following is the individual standing
of. the 8th grade pupils:
,;.Rose Lum 97.8
' Ume Yanagi 96.0
.Karine Wilbur 94.8
A, .'Ah Hee Young 94.5
.'j Shigeo Hamamoto 93.2
, -',Takaya Kashinokl 92.8
Bella Rodrigues 92.3
v ' Alice Whitford
"i'Ah Yun Young
1 Kmny Atlta 88.6
,".;.' Yette Eckart 87.8
i All Mew Lum 87.2
, Ida Kapohakimohowa . . 86.4
'V. Oichi Yamaoka 84.6
Genchi FugitanI 84.0
Takashl Ichimura 82.9
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Maui Beats Oak In
f Maui scored a third victorv nf iha
season oer the Calm polo players i.i
tne.Rarai on the Fourth of July, winn
ing by a score of 6 to 3. The game
W8S a fast one. and some nf H nnril.
cularly exciting. In a collision be
tween uaroid Rice and Bob Shingle,
the latter's pony was thrown back
wards, falling across its rider's legs.
Fortunately hhingie was not sei 'ous
ly hmt ty the tumble and was nbie
to continue the game.
.' Harold Rice Dlaved nn tho ulrlo nf
the 'visitors, the team consisting of
xviqe, oningie, iTancis Brown, and
f "Maul's four COnsistpd nf Ram Tlnlrt.
win, Frank Baldwin, Edward Baldwin
nd Pat Collins.
- Senator H. A. Baldwin umpired the
game. One of the largest crowds that
ever witnessed a polo match on Maui
atterided the game.
Maui Amateurs Will Play "
Fpr the benefit of the American
Red Cross associnti On lln cnlnrtnin.
Went is being planned for Saturday
oTwmng, juiy zi, at the Paia Com
munity House. "The Bracelet," a
l-a play by Alfred Sutro will be
presented under the direction of Mrs.
T. B. Linton. The caste includes Mrs.
Revert p. Harbold, Mrs. George Aiken,
MiSs Violet Searhv. Mlsa MnHuiino
on, Tempsky, Ralph B. Walker, Allan
a. rarmaiee, uaviu Rattray, and Ken
Siik, Hat", by Lord Dunsany, who is
ugnung in France. This writer has
rhtfte plays running in New York at
"MVs. Harbold and Mr. Snyder will
?ent a dance "In the Shadows".
' Miss Hoffman's nrehestra will nlnv
Wltyeen acts and will also play for
luc, uaucing wmcn win lollow the
t JflMs honed that Mnjii Will lln nMa
lovturn ln a creditable sum as its
-du-; tor the Red Cross.
; 'ff Opens New Series .
f H Continued from Page One.)
HoJae runs wer marls vv a nHn.
ba gnd J. Kahaawinui of the A. A. C,
nnu j. junos or the Hawaiis.
A. Robinsnn ronlunoH i-rut.o.-. i , rt
6th while W. Cockett pitched for the
nawaua in tne 8th ln Eaton'3 stead.
The final score was 16 to 14 in favor
of the Hawails.
Both the Chinese and Hawails now
have each a leg in a handsome cup
to be offered hv tho Woiinim
ware & Grocery Co. The teams will
worn uara ior tins cup which is to go
to the winner of the khH, i
Good Games For Sunday
The fans of former tims will mis3
two good games if they fail to be pre
sent next SlllldllV Wlmn II. n 7. .......
j ..... n 'jiijiaiicou
and A. A. Cs., play at 1:20 P. M. and
iue nawaii ana Portuguese at &:30.
George H. Cumin
pire, handled his position well. E.
Bal acted as ollicial scorer.
July 2, 1917.
Toraet Hiirnrlii. an Tn
Matsui Sasaki. 18 .l!in
Ceremony bv Rev. D Tnria
July 5, 1917.
trank C. Correa, 23, Portuguese,
WailukU. Marie Svlvn 18 Part-Mown
Kipahulu. Ceremony by Father Justin.